Back in 2001, our co-CEOs Mike and Scott started a global business from Australia with $10,000 on a credit card. They knew that nothing less than legendary service would be needed to be successful. Service, both external and internal, is part of Atlassian's DNA. Check out our ebook to get practical tips from Mike on Atlassian's service culture, a topic that is close to his heart.

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We've embedded Crowd (our single-sign on offering) in FishEye & Crucible 4.0. Next, we improved FishEye's blame by making it on-demand. Blame information is now showing up only when you ask for it. Pages are also loading faster with the content block more focused on the code than before. We're excited about this release and confident you will be too by the time you're done reading this post.

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If your company is like ours, you've implemented agile development, partly because your teams crave the freedom and flexibility to work the way they want. But you've probably noticed that the larger your company grows, the harder it is to keep track of all the ongoing initiatives. Agile portfolio management tools like Portfolio for JIRA can help you make sense of what's going on across your teams and projects. If you're asking yourself any of these five questions, consider giving it a try.

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Create a portfolio plan in under a minute… and get a t-shirt!

Portfolio for JIRA was designed to make planning less painful. Last month this process was streamlined even further with the labs release of Portfolio for JIRA live plans -- a new type of real-time planning experience. By following the simple set-up wizard, you can have a portfolio plan ready to go in under a minute. Don't believe us? Take the under-a-minute challenge!

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This is the latest article in our Atlassian for marketing teams series. Read other articles in the series, and stay tuned for more that can help your marketing team – and any other business team – work better together. I can hold my own with math and numbers, but I don't love them. I have to admit though, I'm starting to love data. Like many marketers, I spend a lot of time thinking about blogs. And blogging itself is becoming increasingly data-informed (if not fully data-driven, but that's

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